The uncommon valor of America's armed forces in the Pacific Theatre during WWII is legendary. Now, honor the heroes whose courage led to victory with The American Battles of the Pacific Theatre Coin Collection, exclusively from The Bradford Exchange Mint. The reverse of each Proof coin tells a heart-rending story of intense bravery and sacrifice, willingly given by soldiers who treasured American freedom and values above all else. This extraordinary commemorative collection begins with Issue One, The 75th Anniversary of Iwo Jima, depicting the famed flag-raising on Mt. Suribachi and featuring genuine black volcanic sand from Iwo Jima. This First Issue is specially priced at $19.99 with FREE shipping. Soon your collection will continue at the regular price of $39.99 plus $4.95 shipping and service with Issue Two, Operation Galvanic and FREE Display Box followed by Issue Three, Operation Kourbash, and additional collectible Proof coins, each a separate issue to follow.‡
Intended as collector's items, each issue in this collection is offered in coveted Proof condition and richly plated in 99.9% silver. The dramatic images on the reverse sides are accented with sepia-toned printing to capture the look and feel of authentic battle reports of the era. The obverse sides of these silver-plated Proof coins showcase an image of a Marine in action and bear Admiral Nimitz's famous quote: "UNCOMMON VALOR WAS A COMMON VIRTURE ". Each Proof coin arrives sealed in a crystal-clear capsule to preserve it for years to come, and the included FREE Display Box is the perfect way to showcase your collection. You're sure to enjoy displaying this remarkable presentation and it makes an outstanding patriotic gift, but strong demand is anticipated. Do not delay - order now!
‡Each issue will be shipped to you for your review, about one every month or two (pending availability). After the shipment of Issue One at the price of $19.99 plus free shipping, the rest of the collection will be sent to you at the price of $39.99 per issue (plus $4.95 shipping and service) and charged to the credit card on which your order was placed. No need to order each one separately